I Like Soupy or Sauccy Foods

@SIMPLYD (84449)
Philippines
March 21, 2011 12:30am CST
Whenever i eat, lunch or dinner, as much as possible, i would choose saucy of soupy foods. I like to put the sauce in my rice, while i eat the meat or the fish. If it's soupy, i like to sip the soup every once in a while, while eating them. Whenever i have dry viands, i would usually long for a soup or sometimes, i would have water beside me , so as the my eating will not seem dry.
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@ceres31 (141)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
It goes for me too. Whenever my food is soupy or saucy I tend to eat a lot and fast. I also like to sip the soup, I grew up with the teaching of my grandmother that sipping soup makes your hair strong, healthy and you won't look dry. I love it with a little touch of spice in it. I also like dry viands in some cases. It's like seasonal in my tummy's flavor.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
Oh is that so, soups could make our hair strong , healthy and shiny? So that explains why my hair is that way. True, saucy foods give you a hearty appetite in eating!
@ceres31 (141)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
Thats what my grandma keeps telling me. If she noticed that my hair seems dull, she'll say that I'm not sipping enough soup anymore, and its true! Yeah, it seems true my hair is shiny and strong too when I was still in grade 5 and 6. But now, its different because of hair relaxing.. Too bad. It will make hair strong and shiny as the hair will absorbs the nutrients. That's why don't let your daughter have a long hair at early age, hair will take all the nutrients. At least keep an average hair length.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
That's what i am telling my 20 year olf daughter. I like her to have a shoulder length hair but she wants it longer. She won't listen to me sometimes.
@knicnax (2234)
• Philippines
21 Mar 11
Same here. I guess it goes with our culture. :) My favorite is Pork Sinigang (Pork broth with pork slabs, tomatoes, okra, kangkong, gabi or taro, water radish and tamarind to make the soup sour). I also love Caldereta (Pork or beef with tomato paste, bell peppers, peppers, onion, soy-sauce and sugar, potato carrots). All this food talk is making me hungry
• China
21 Mar 11
Yeah,you say so much delicious food now,I am very hungry.I think it is time to eat.howere,I have not get off work.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
Yes, Pork sinigang is a complete meal. With it you already have a soup, meat and vegetables. That's also the favorite dish of our only child.
@junrapmian (2170)
• Philippines
28 May 11
I also like soupy viands like our chicken tinola, sinigang and beef or pork stew especially during the rainy days. The hot soup is an appetizer itself. And when I eat with just a piece of fish or pork chop, I always have a mug of coffee beside me as I eat to replace the soup that is missing. LOL!
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
30 May 11
Hmm, you sound like me. I also have coffee, whenever the meal is so dry, no sauce or soup whatsoever.
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
23 May 11
Hi. SIMPLYD. I love sauce on my rice too. Especially, when it is like a saucy gravy texture. I don't care for my rice being too soupy, then it is to slick and mushy to eat then.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
25 May 11
I am very much like you. I like my rice to be sticky and soupy , so i put some sauce in them whenever i eat. Makes me eat more rice though.
• Philippines
13 May 11
I can eat all - dry, soupy and saucy dishes. However, I don't eat pork meat. I love eating vegetables on my soupy and saucy dishes. For dry viands, I would like to eat fried chicken or steamed fish.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
14 May 11
Good that you can eat all - dry, soupy and saucy dishes. I too can eat dry foods, but i have to put some water to my rice to make it a bit saucy .
@SHAMRACK (8533)
• India
21 Mar 11
Dear friend, I use these whenever having mostly fried rice and also snacks. I would always prefer vegetarian food and soups.
@SIMPLYD (84449)
• Philippines
22 Mar 11
Soups by itself, as long as it has some bits of vegetables and fillets of fish or meat , when paired with rice is enough to make you full. Don't you think so?